Chevrolet Performance Presents HOT ROD Power Tour Driven by Continental Tire. » Read More
Despite its humble roots in the Chevy Nova, the Camaro rose to the top of the pony car game thanks to a penchant for GM’s biggest and gnarliest motor ... » Read More
Replacing rusted floors in your Tri-Five Chevy
We start work on a fairly solid, but neglected, 1956 Chevy. First up is ditching the rusted floors with some replacement panels from Danchuk. » Read More
It’s all about the numbers these days, and nothing seems to wrack up more page views than a mainstream news story with a flare towards the future. » Read More
This is a great industry with a lot of good people involved, and Lonny Gordon of East Coast Muscle Cars in Wrightsville, Pennsylvania is one of them. » Read More
Is This Smashed and Rusty 1961 Chevy B-top Impala a Real 409 SS?
Dodge Georgia water moccasins with the ever-informative Steve Magnante as he unearths rusty diamonds in a totally unique Georgia amusement ... » Read More
Bowtie Keepers: 1970 Camaro Z28, 1969 Caprice Sport Sedan & 1972 Chevelle SS
Here’s what the readers of Super Chevy are up to with their own super Chevys. » Read More
Stunning 1955 Chevy 210 from Australia that took 21 years to build!
The average gestation period for a decent build seems to be around the five year mark, give or take. But some take longer – much longer! » Read More
Without people, much of what we do would be fairly pointless
At first glance our hobby would be about cars, but really it’s about the people we meet and the friendships we establish along the way. » Read More
What is the hot setup for a turbo LS, rectangular port or cathedral port heads?
We hit the dyno for a shootout between cathedral and rectangular port heads and how they compare under boost. Yep, it’s 317 vs LS3. » Read More
This 8-second, sixth-gen Camaro could very soon be the fastest of its kind in the country
This Direct-Injected sixth-gen Camaro is currently the third fastest of its kind, but closing in on the top spot. With a best e.t. of 8.8, ... » Read More
100-Year Old Chevrolet Factory Tool Box Found in Flint Yard Sale
It’s an intriguing tale from the dawn of the automobile: Found at a Flint, Michigan yard sale here’s a toolbox straight from ... » Read More
In 1961, a Star-Studded Group of Racers Put Two Corvairs Through an Endurance Test
In November 1961, editors from several Petersen Publishing magazines gathered at Riverside International Raceway to test two Corvairs. » Read More